Harry Potter may not be coming to Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, but a few familiar actors will be.
The upcoming Harry Potter mobile game is bringing back a number of the franchise’s movie actors to reprise their characters in virtual form. That’s right, this is your last chance to see Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon reprise their roles as Professor McGonagall and Professor Dumbledore in the Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery voice cast.
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There’s a new trailer for Woody Allen‘s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, to complement the international one released not too long ago. This version is shorter and focused a bit more on throwing out bon mots and a few bits of character. There’s more plot in the international version, but this one still gets the important stuff across. (Important stuff being details like “Freida Pinto sure is pretty.”) Read More »
It’s been a couple days since my last long Cannes update. Once the first weekend hit, things got really crazy at the festival. It is becoming clearer to me that this year’s theme at Cannes is about death, dying, mortality and legacy. In my last Cannes blog, I wrote about Mike Leigh’s new film Another Year, which is essentially a character piece which tackles all of the above issues. I have since seen a couple moe films which tackle these issues head on.
But before I get to my reviews, you’re probably wondering why Batman is on the big screen at Cannes..
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Briefly: I just talked about this film yesterday, when Marion Cotillard was announced as a member of the cast for Woody Allen‘s upcoming film to be shot in Paris later this year. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger is the film Allen shot in 2009, and has been planned for release in various markets this September. Now Sony Pictures Classics has bought the film for US distribution, and will release it this fall.
The film “revolves around different members of a family, their tangled love lives and their attempts to try to solve their problems,” which could apply equally to several of Allen’s other films. It stars Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts, Gemma Jones, Freida Pinto and Lucy Punch. [Variety]
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Sounds like the punchline to a joke about a carnival fortune teller. Woody Allen has been quietly making his next film, and as per usual we’ve known almost nothing about it up until now. (Even his casts sometimes don’t get full scripts during production; Allen is quite good at keeping his films locked down.) Along with the title You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, we also have a brief synopsis, which you can find right after the jump. Read More »